The current state of privacy laws in the USA 2020: what you need to know

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After the introduction of the CCPA in 2018 a whole slew of states got on board the data privacy bandwagon, and it looked like there was real momentum in the direction of increased rights for citizens over their own data.  By the middle of 2019 more than a dozen states had introduced some kind of privacy bill, either from scratch or as an amendment to existing privacy laws.

So how has that turned out?

Well, if you’re an advocate for increased user ...

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GDPR: The big myth that could slide US firms into hot water.

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It is now 12 weeks until the new EU GDPR legislation becomes a globally enforceable law. GDPR is an important new EU-mandated regulation: it provides the foundation for how organizations around the globe collate and process sensitive customer information belonging to EU residents.

Some say this is the best thing since sliced bread, in that it gives back a modicum of control to some individuals whose data is being processed willy-nilly in many organizations around the globe. ...

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EU GDPR demystified: a straight-forward guide for US firms (PART 1)

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Ahhh GDPR, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR), the new European data legislation that revamps 20-year-old data protection laws to align with our digital age. It’s a radical and unprecedented piece of legislation, whittled down to a whopping 99 Articles, categorised in 11 Chapters.

Ugh.

AS if 99 articles isn’t bad enough, the effective date is coming sooner than you think….. May 2018, less than a year away.

Some of you, we know, are facing it head on, grappling with how ...

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